|Date:||January 16th, 2003 08:23 am (UTC)|| |
Ok, you may all think I'm lame now, but I could never freakin' remember which came first, except when I was using it _all_ the time. Stupid little things like that help some of us "special" people.
|Date:||January 16th, 2003 08:28 am (UTC)|| |
A mnemonic is fine. Assuming that an eighth-grader will give you the answer you expect for a question like that is ludicrous.
|Date:||January 16th, 2003 09:01 am (UTC)|| |
Yeah, they're postulating a remarkably genteel exchange.
"Now, Jimmy, can you run while seated?"
"No, ma'am, I cannot."
"Indeed not. You must first rise before you can run."
|Date:||January 16th, 2003 10:04 am (UTC)|| |
True. Darn kids
Maybe it was intended to be used in a rhetorical fashion: "Now, can you run before you've gotten out of - risen - from your chair? Of course not. Therefore . . . " *background sounds of smartass answers to the rhetorical question*